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PLUG-IN MODULE FOR A MOTOR UNIT

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A plug-in module for a motor unit, in particular for an adjusting motor, the plug-in module having a plug for introducing into a housing of the motor unit. In addition, the plug has: a carrier element having at least one recess for a respective electrical plug element; and the plug element itself for engaging with the corresponding plug connector of the motor unit, the plug element being arranged into the recess. Furthermore, the recess includes: an opening via which a plug element can be introduced in the recess; and a holding section into which a securing zone of the plug element can be pressed.



KEYSTONE JACK ADAPTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An adaptor for receiving a keystone type connector and insertion into a patch panel is provided comprising a bottom wall comprising a ridge engaging lower slot and a lower edge engaging channel and a top wall comprising a flexible tab and a cantilevered latch engaging upper slot and an upper edge engaging channel in said flexible tab. The walls define a keystone modular jack receiving region and opening. The adaptor is dimensioned such that when said lower edge is received in said lower edge engaging channel, said upper edge is releasably engageable by said upper edge engaging channel, thereby releasably securing the adaptor within an aperture in a patch panel.



Test Cable and Socket Adapter For a Test Cable

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

The invention relates to a test cable as well as a socket adapter for a test cable wherein the socket adapter has a plug strip with contact pins arranged at a distance from each other on a base body and having a socket contact section and a printed circuit board contact section and has a contact holding plate connected with the base body with individual through holes delimiting the printed circuit board contact sections from each other, each of which are designed for the fixed receiving of a lug arranged on a lead end.



SOCKET APPARATUS

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A socket apparatus, including a plate for being held by sockets of a wall outlet in contact with a front surface of the wall outlet, the plate shaped complementary to the front surface of the wall outlet and having holes shaped and located corresponding to the sockets of the wall outlet7; metal apertures, each extending from one of the holes of the plate, the metal apertures for receiving electric supply from the sockets of the wall outlet, and for inserting prongs of a plug of an electric appliance thereinto, an electric gadget, for providing an electric function, and an electric circuit, for receiving electric supply from the metal apertures, and for converting the electric supply to the electric function. The wall socket further includes an extension pin, for allowing attaching thereof to at least one of the prongs of the plug of the electric appliance, for extending thereof.



SOCKET OUTLET ASSEMBLY

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

The present invention discloses a socket outlet assembly in which socket outlets that may be inserted into a plurality of electric plugs or USB terminals are continuously connected, and an interval of a plug insertion hole of the socket outlet inserted with the plug and the plug insertion hole of another socket outlet disposed to be adjacent thereto can be adjusted. In a socket outlet assembly according to the present invention including a plurality of unit socket outlets hinge-coupled to each other and having a varied shape, each unit socket outlet includes a body part made as a polyhedron, one or more hinge-coupling part integrally made with the body part and provided at a corner part side of the body part, an insertion hole part inserted with a plug in one surface of the body part, and a first power supply member and a second power supply member provided at the body part and the hinge-coupling part and supplying power from a power source to the insertion hole part.



CONNECTOR AND CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector is mateable with a mating connector along a first direction. The mating connector comprises a plurality of mating protrusions. Each of the mating protrusions protrudes along the first direction. The mating protrusions include a first mating protrusion and a second mating protrusion. The connector comprises a terminal and a holding member. The holding member is provided with a plurality of receiving portions. The receiving portions include a first receiving portion and a second receiving portion. The first receiving portion is opened in each of the first direction and a second direction which is perpendicular to the first direction. When the connector is mated with the mating connector, the first receiving portion receives the first mating protrusion to regulate a movement of the first mating protrusion. The second receiving portion is opened in each of the first direction and a third direction. When the connector is mated with the mating connector, the second receiving portion receives the second mating protrusion to regulate a movement of the second mating protrusion.



ELECTRICAL PLUG CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical plug connector includes a metallic shell, an insulated housing, and a plurality of plug terminals. The insulated housing is received in the metallic shell. The insulated housing includes a first groove and a plurality of second grooves. The plug terminals are held in the insulated housing in a single row manner. Each of the plug terminals includes a flexible contact portion, a body portion, and a plurality of cut portions. The flexible contact portion is extending backward from the body portion in the front-to-rear direction and protruded from the insulated housing. The cut portions are at the body portion and correspond to the first groove, and the flexible contact portions respectively correspond to the second grooves.



CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector is provided which includes a main body, terminals mounted in the body, and a reinforcing metal fitting mounted in the body. The fitting includes a body secured to the mating guide portion, a pair of left and right connecting arm portions connected to the base end of the body, and a pair of left and right contact arm portions connected to the base end of the connecting arm portions. The fitting further includes a first connecting leg portion connected to a connecting pad on a board being connected at the upper end of the first connecting leg portion to the lower end or base end of each contact arm portion so as to have a substantially L-shaped profile when viewed from a side of the connector.



APPARATUS FOR RECEIVING A SIGNAL PLUG

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An apparatus is described. In an embodiment, the apparatus comprises a housing, wherein the housing comprises a circular cavity; and at least two longitudinal grooves placed in separate corner portions of the housing and around the circular cavity. Further, the apparatus comprises an electric contact associated with each longitudinal groove.



CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector including a shield case including a first shell and a second shell, a body housed in the shield case, and a terminal held by the body. The first shell includes a connecting portion of tuboid shape extending in a first direction, and a cover extending in the first direction contiguously from the connecting portion. The second shell is a separate member from the first shell and attached to the cover. The second shell and the cover constitute a composite tube extending in a second direction, which is orthogonal to the first direction, or in an oblique direction, which includes components of the first and second directions. The terminal includes a first portion, which extends in the first direction and is disposed inside the connecting portion, and a second portion, which extends in the second direction or the oblique direction and is disposed inside the composite tube.



SHIELD CASE, AND CONNECTOR HAVING THE SAME

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A shield case including a first shell having electrical conductivity and a second shell having electrical conductivity. The first shell includes a connecting portion and a cover. The connecting portion is a tube extending in a first direction and including a first portion and a second portion. The first portion is a portion of the connecting portion on one side in a second direction, the second direction crossing the first direction. The second portion is a portion of the connecting portion on the other side in the second direction. The cover extends in the first direction contiguously from the first portion of the connecting portion and includes a pair of walls opposed to the second portion, with interstices left between the respective walls and the second portion. The second shell includes a first blocking portion, the first blocking portion blocking the interstices.



CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

Provided is a connector whose miniaturization is easier than before. A connector includes a signal terminal as at least one first terminal having conductivity, a housing having insulating property and holding the signal terminal, a shell having conductivity and covering the housing, and an upper ground terminal as a second terminal having conductivity and a lower ground terminal as a third terminal having conductivity which are held by the housing so as to face each other via the signal terminal with a space left therebetween. Further, the upper ground terminal has a contact portion being in contact with a contact inner surface of the shell.



ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical receptacle connector includes a metallic shell, an insulated housing, a plurality of first receptacle terminals, a plurality of second receptacle terminals, and a pin positioning base. The insulated housing is received in the metallic shell. The first receptacle terminals and the second receptacle terminals are respectively held at the top and the bottom of the insulated housing. The first receptacle terminals are longer than the second receptacle terminals. In assembly, the first receptacle terminals, of bar shape, are firstly processed with the pin positioning base. And then, the first receptacle terminals and the pin positioning base are assembled on the base portion and the tongue portion. Hence, the insert-molding procedure would not be affected by the first receptacle terminals with longer length.



ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH COLLAR SHELL RETAINED THEREIN

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical connector comprising an insulative body, a plurality of terminals secured in said insulative body, and a grounding shell. Wherein said grounding shell is composed of two U-shaped collar shells oppositely assembled onto said insulative body. The connector also includes an insulator injected upon said grounding shell and a metallic shell assembled upon said insulator. Each collar shell includes a spring arm extending beyond said insulator and abutting against said metallic shell.



ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED SHIELDING PLATE

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical connector includes a terminal seat loaded with a plurality of terminals and a shielding plate. The terminal seat includes a base and a mating tongue extending from the base, the mating tongue defines two opposite mating surfaces, a confronting surface and two opposite sides connecting with the mating surfaces and the confronting surface. The terminals include contacting sections exposing upon the mating surfaces and leg sections out of the base. The shielding plate includes a main sheet disposed between the mating surfaces and two thickening sections, the two thickening sections enclose the two opposite sides of the mating tongue and each provides a side latch at an outer side face thereof. Each thickness defines two opposite first surfaces connecting with the outer side face thereof, the first surfaces complete the mating surfaces of the mating tongue.



ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING A GROUND SHIELD

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical connector includes a front housing and a plurality of contact modules stacked side by side along a rear side of the front housing. Each contact module comprises a housing frame, multiple signal conductors and ground conductors held in the housing frame, and a ground shield coupled to an outer side of the housing frame. The housing frame is formed by a first shell member abutting a second shell member at an interface. At least one of the shell members defines multiple openings that align with the ground conductors held in the housing frame. The ground shield includes ground tabs that extend through the openings and engage the ground conductors to electrically connect the ground shield and the ground conductors. Broad sides of the signal conductors and the ground conductors are oriented orthogonal to the interface between the first and second shell members.



CONNECTOR WITH TUNED TERMINAL BEAM

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector assembly includes a housing with a card slot and includes terminals positioned in the card slot where the terminals are tuned to improve performance. The terminals include a contact, a tail and a body extending therebetween. The contacts can include a deflecting portion and a pad interface portion. The deflecting portion includes a dual beam portion and a single beam portion. The connector can be configured to provide a row of contacts positioned on both sides of a card slot.



CONNECTOR WITH BI-DIRECTIONAL LATCH

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector can include a housing and a conductive shield and a pair of latching members. The latching members have free ends with engagement teeth formed on them which are separated by an intervening notch. The sidewalls of this notch can be flat and can define a hard stop surface for engagement with an opposing board connector. The free ends further include ramped surfaces leading to the engagement notch to form cam surfaces that depress the latching members when the cable connector is mated to a board connector. The latching members may include locating tabs that are captured in vertical movement by the housing.



Connector

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A plug connector for an electrical connection has at least two electrical lines, the ends of which are connected to contact elements, includes: a housing that encompasses the electrical lines and the contact elements at least in a region of connecting the electrical lines to respective contact elements; and a holder fixedly connected to the housing. The holder has receptacles configured to hold the electrical lines, the receptacles holding the lines such that the lines cannot move out of position.



CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector (10A) is provided with a housing (20) including a tube (22) and a seal (80) to be fit in the tube (22) in a liquid-tight manner. A holder (60) has a peripheral wall (62) fit externally on the tube (22) and a rear wall (61) configured to prevent the seal (80) from coming out backward. A wire cover (50) is mounted on the housing (20) by being fit externally on the peripheral wall (62) when the wire cover (50) is arranged to cover wires (100) pulled out from the holder (60) and the peripheral wall (62) is disposed in a proper posture on the tube (22). However, the wire cover (50) interferes with the holder (60) and cannot be mounted on the housing (20) when the peripheral wall (62) is in an improper posture inclined with respect to the tube (22).



CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector (10A) includes a housing (20), a seal member (80) to be arranged in a rear part of the housing (20), a holder (60) configured to prevent the seal (80) from coming out backward by being mounted on the housing 20 from behind the seal (80) and a wire cover (50) to be mounted on the housing (20) from behind the holder (60). The housing (20) includes an erroneous mounting preventing portion (39) configured to regulate the mounting of the holder (60) by interfering with the holder (60) when the holder (60) is mounted in an improper posture. The erroneous mounting preventing portion is configured as a cover lock (39) for fixing the wire cover (50) to the housing (20) by locking the wire cover (50).



CONNECTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY FOR SEALING TO A CABLE

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector module includes a housing assembly defined by an upper shell and a lower shell that mate and define an interior chamber therebetween. A cable segment of the upper shell includes an upper sealing rib extending into the interior chamber from an inner surface of the upper shell, and the cable segment of the lower shell includes a lower sealing rib extending into the interior chamber from an inner surface of the lower shell. The upper and lower sealing ribs rib each including two blades and a slot defined between the two blades configured to receive a cable therein. When the upper and lower shells are mated, a front side of the upper sealing rib abuts a rear side of the lower sealing rib to seal the interior chamber between the cable in the slots and the inner surfaces of the upper and lower shells.



MAT SEAL COVER OF WATERPROOF CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

In a mat seal cover of a waterproof connector, waterproof pins are provided inside through holes of the waterproof connector and are configured to close terminal insertion holes of a connector housing. The waterproof pins are retained in the through holes by pin retention portions. Coupling portions between the pin retention portions and inner circumferential walls of the through holes are disposed more closely to the front side in the pushing direction of the punching jig than abutment surfaces at rear ends of the waterproof pins against which the punching jig abuts, and rear end faces of the pin retention portions are inclined faces extending from the abutment surfaces toward the coupling portions and inclined to the front in the pushing direction of the punching jig.



CONNECTOR

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector (10A) includes a main body (300) with a wire pull-out surface (66) through which wires (100) are pulled out and a wire cover (50)50 mounted on the main body (300). The wire cover (50) includes a back plate (51) and two covering portions (53) projecting from opposite ends of the back plate (51) to face each other and cover the wires (100) from opposite sides. The covering portions (53) have an opening (55) configured to expose parts of the wires (100) when viewed in the facing direction at a position overlapping a formation area of the wire pull-out surface (66). A mounting portion (59) extends from an edge of the opening (55) to the back plate (51) and is configured such that a binding band (75) for fixing the wires (100) is mounted thereon.



COAXIAL CONNECTOR HAVING DETACHABLE LOCKING SLEEVE

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector is provided for attachment to a coaxial cable. The connector includes, in one embodiment, a connector body and a locking sleeve. The locking sleeve is configured to be moved between an attached and a detached state. In each such state, the locking sleeve is configured to receive the end of the cable. In one position, the locking sleeve is configured to lock the end of the cable to the connector body.



SEPARABLE CONNECTOR STRUCTURE COUPLED TO DEVICE

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector formed with at least two housings is provided. The connector includes a first connector case, and a second connector case, wherein at least one of the first connector case or the second connector case is coupled to an external device to form an integrated structure.



ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING A GROUND BRACKET

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical connector includes a housing stack, signal and ground conductors, and an electrically conductive ground bracket. The housing stack comprises a front housing and a rear housing. The front housing defines a mating end of the housing stack, and the rear housing defines a mounting end of the housing stack. The housing stack defines signal cavities and ground cavities that extend continuously through the front housing and the rear housing. The signal conductors and ground conductors are held in the signal cavities and ground cavities, respectively, of the housing stack. The signal conductors are arranged in signal pairs, and the ground conductors are interleaved between the signal pairs. The ground bracket is held in the housing stack between the front housing and the rear housing. The ground bracket engages and is electrically connected to each of the ground conductors to electrically common the ground conductors along a ground plane.



ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical outlet receptacle includes a neutral side having a neutral blade opening and a neutral port aligned with the neutral blade opening. The neutral port is configured to receive a neutral blade of an electrical plug. A neutral contact is aligned with the neutral port. The receptacle further includes a hot side having a hot blade opening and a hot port aligned with the hot blade opening. The hot port is configured to receive a hot blade of an electrical plug. A hot contact is aligned with the hot port. A connector bar having a neutral tab extending into the neutral side of the receptacle is located between the neutral port and the neutral contact, and a hot tab extending into the hot side of the receptacle is located between the hot port and the hot contact. The neutral tab and the hot tab are offset from each other.



CONNECTOR AND ASSEMBLY OF THE SAME

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector (100) comprises an insulative housing (1) and a plurality of contacts (2) assembled onto the insulative housing (1), the insulative housing (1) defining a mating surface (11), a mounting surface (12) opposite to the mating surface (11) and a plurality of contact grooves (13) passing though the mating surface (11) and the mounting surface (12). The contact (2) assembled onto the insulative housing (1) from the mounting surface (12) of the insulative housing (1), each contact (2) including a contact portion (21) received in the contact grooves (13) and a mounting portion (22) extending out of the insulative housing (1). Wherein the connector (100) further includes a shell (4) assembled to the insulative housing (1), the shell (4) includes a shielding portion (41) shielding the mounting surface (12), thereby preventing the contact (2) shedding from the insulative housing (1) or loosening in the insulative housing (1) to make the combine of the contact (2) and insulative housing (1) reliable.



CIRCUIT BOARD DEVICE AND DISPLAY APPARATUS

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A circuit board device is provided, including: a first circuit board having a first predetermined connection section; a second circuit board arranged opposite to the first circuit board and having a second predetermined connection section directly facing the first predetermined connection section; and a connector including a first portion and a second portion. The connecter has: a first state where the first portion is arranged at a side of the first circuit board away from the second circuit board, the second portion is arranged at a side of the second circuit board away from the first circuit board, and the first portion and the second portion cooperate with each other to press the first circuit board against the second circuit board; and a second state where the first circuit board is separated from the second circuit board.



POWER CONNECTOR HAVING A STRONG CONTACT

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A power connector includes: an insulative housing having an upper surface, a lower surface, and a receiving space; a number of contacts accommodated in the insulative housing, the contact having a contacting portion, a rear portion accommodated in a rear end of the insulative housing, and a snakelike elastic portion connecting the contacting portion and the rear portion, the snakelike elastic portion having a number of vertical bending sections and a number of connecting sections each connecting every two adjacent bending sections, wherein the vertical dimension of the intersecting surface of the bending section is greater than the vertical dimension of the intersecting surface of the connecting section.



LOW PROFILE CONNECTOR AND ASSEMBLY OF THE SAME

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector (100) and assembly of the same, the connector comprises an insulative housing (1) and a plurality of contacts (2) assembled onto the insulative housing (1), the insulative housing (1) defining a mating surface (11) and a mounting surface (12) opposite to the mating surface (11). Each contact (2) including a contact portion (21) arranged in the insulative housing (1) and a mounting portion (22) locating at the mounting surface (12) and protruding sidewardly beyond said insulative housing, the mounting portion (22) defines a soldering surface (222) for being soldered onto to said printed circuit board (200), said soldering surface (222) face toward the mounting surface (12). Therefore, when the connector (100) assembled to the printed circuit board (200), we could make full use of the height space at the up and down direction of the printed circuit board (200), thus greatly reducing the height space occupied by the connector (100).



TERMINAL BLOCK

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A terminal block has an insulator housing, at least two busbars and at least four connection elements, there being at least two connection levels in the insulator housing arranged one over the other. Each connection level has a busbar receptacle chamber for receiving a busbar and two mutually opposite conductor connection chambers on ends of chamber for receiving a respective connection element, the chambers being open on an insulator housing first side for busbar assembly in the chambers and wherein the conductor connection chambers are open on a second side of the insulator housing for assembly of the connection elements in the conductor connection chambers. The insulator housing first side is designed at a right angle to the insulator housing second side to give an busbar assembly insertion direction into a chamber at a right angle to a connection element assembly insertion direction into a conductor connection chamber.



CONTACT ELEMENT FOR AN ELECTRICAL PLUG CONNECTOR DEVICE

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A contact element for an electrical plug connecting device, having a molded first end section and a molded elongated receiving section which defines a longitudinal axis for mechanical and electrical coupling and/or receiving a mating contact element designed to be complementary to the contact element of a plug connecting device to be paired with the electrical plug connecting device, both of which are manufactured of an electrically conductive material. The elongated receiving section extends essentially cylindrically from the first end section. This end section as well as the elongated cylindrical receiving section are molded to be free of seams and butt joints by shaping the electrically conducting material by means of a force acting at least predominantly parallel to the longitudinal axis, and at least the receiving section molded by shaping the electrically conducting material forms a cylindrical interior sheathed by the molded electrically conducting material along the longitudinal axis.



Electrically Contacting Fastening Device

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrically contacting fastening device has a threaded bolt and a nut, between which an electric contact element can be arranged. The threaded bolt has a contacting portion for creating planar contact with the contact element, and a threaded portion. The nut can be secured on the threaded bolt by way of the threaded portion and at an end face has a contacting area for creating planar contact with the contact element. The threaded portion of the threaded bolt is provided with a lubricant coating and the contacting portion of the threaded bolt, the contact element and the end-face contacting area of the nut are permanently free of lubricant.



HANGER APPARATUS

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An extendable hanger apparatus to which or through which an electrical feed can be connected includes a support base, the support base has a containing groove and at least one support posts. Locating devices and a fastening component are provided on the containing groove, the locating devices configured to fixing the support base on a fixed structure, and fastening components are installed at the two end portions of the support base. The fastening components are configured to enable chaining, and the support post has a support component, the support component is configured to connect with an object for hanging.



LOOPING BRIDGE FOR LOOPING THROUGH A NUMBER OF ELECTRICAL SIGNALS

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

The present invention relates to a looping bridge for looping a number of electric signals through from a first electric module having the number of first electric terminals to a second electric module having the number of second electric terminals, said looping bridge comprising: a comb-shaped interconnect structure (100) having the number of first comb teeth (101, 103) and the number of second comb teeth (105, 107), wherein the first comb teeth (101, 103) can be inserted into the first electric terminals and the second comb teeth (105, 107) can be inserted into the second electric terminals, and wherein the first comb teeth (101, 103) are electroconductively connected to the second comb teeth (105, 107), the comb-shaped interconnect structure (100) being embodied as a comb-shaped circuit board.



Device for Contacting Electrical Conductors and/or Electrical Contact Elements, as well as Lamp or Electrical Device

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

The invention relates to a device 1 for contacting electrical conductors and/or electrical plug connectors, said device comprising at least one front housing part 2 and a rear housing part 3, wherein the front housing part 2 and the rear housing part 3 are formed as one unit, wherein at least one first electrical contact connection is provided in the front housing an via contacting points 7, and at least one additional electrical contact connection is provided in the rear housing part 3 via contacting points 9, wherein a step 6 is formed between the front housing part 2 and the rear housing part 3 on one side of the device 1, and wherein contacting points 8 are provided in the region of the step 6 for the purposes of electrical contacting. The invention also relates to a lamp or an electrical device having a device of this type.



DC POWER PLUG

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A DC power plug, which is adapted for being coupled to an electronic device, an external device, and an external power source, includes a wire, an external plug, and an adaptor. The wire includes a power pin set configured to be coupled to the external power source. The external plug, which is configured to be coupled to the external device, includes a first external pin set coupled to the power pin set and a second external pin set. The adaptor, which is configured to be coupled to the electronic device, includes a first adapting pin set coupled to the power pin set and a second adapting pin set coupled to the second external pin set.



ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical connector may include a cord comprising wires and a plug extending from the cord. The plug may include a first top row of contacts included in a top portion of the plug and a first bottom row of contacts included in a bottom portion of the plug. The first top row of contacts may be coupled to the plurality of wires and include a first top differential signaling pair configured to carry signals according to a first communication protocol, and a second top differential signaling pair configured to carry signals according to a second communication protocol. The first bottom row of contacts may be coupled to the first top row of contacts and arranged to maintain a same arrangement of contacts and electrical paths the first top row of contacts to the plurality of wires when the plug is rotated one hundred and eighty degrees.



CLIPABLE POWER EXTENSION CORD

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A power cord may include an upper housing including an electrical cord and one or more outlets, a lower clip, and an axle connecting the upper housing to the lower clip, the upper housing and lower clip being configured to rotate relative to one another about the axle.



CONNECTOR

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A connector comprises first contacts, second contacts and a housing. The first contacts have first contact portions which come into contact with first mating contacts. The second contacts have second contact portions which come into contact with second mating contacts. The housing has at least two long wall portions and at least one supporting portion. The long wall portions extend in an X-direction and are disposed apart from each other in a Y-direction to form a slot between the two of the long wall portions. The supporting portion protrudes in a Z-direction from one of the long wall portions and has a plate-like shape extending in the X-direction. The first contact portions are supported by the supporting portion. The second contact portions are located in the slot at least in part.



Electrical Connecting Module and Electrical Connecting Assembly for a Jacket of a Handheld Electronic Device

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

The present invention discloses an electrical connecting module for a jacket of a handheld electronic device, in which the electrical connecting module can be integrated with another component to form a single electrical connecting assembly for powering the jacket while allowing data transmission or charging operation of the handheld electronic device. The electrical connecting module for the jacket of the handheld electronic device includes a body and a conducting wire. The body includes a retaining hole and a plurality of electrical contacts. The retaining hole is adapted for partially receiving a connecting plug of a transmission line. The plurality of electrical contacts is located at an end of the body. The conducting wire is electrically connected to the plurality of electrical contacts. The present invention further discloses an electrical connecting assembly.



ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical connector includes an insulative housing, a plurality of contacts and a circuit board. The insulative housing has a body portion and a mating portion forwardly extending from the body portion. The contacts include a plurality of ground contacts and a plurality of pairs of differential signal contacts located between the ground contacts. Each contact has a retaining portion retained in the insulative housing, a contact portion extending to the mating portion from one end of the retaining portion, and a tail portion extending to a rear side of the body portion from another end of the retaining portion. The circuit board is arranged at a rear side of the body portion, and has a plurality of ground connections and a conductive path connecting the ground connections together. The ground connections connect with the tail portions of the ground contacts.



CAGE ASSEMBLY

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A cage assembly comprises a cage, at least one heat sink, at least one clip and at least one light guide. The cage comprises a front end, a rear end, a top wall positioned between the front end and the rear end and a rear wall positioned at the rear end, the cage is formed with at least one port, the port extends from the front end to the rear end. The heat sink is provided on the top wall of the cage and corresponds to one port. The clip comprises a frame engaged with the top wall and fixing the heat sink and a holding piece extending upwardly from the frame. The light guide has a front section and a rear section, the front section is formed with a first post extending rearwardly, the rear section is formed with two second posts respectively extending forwardly, the first post is inserted into a first hole formed to the holding piece of the clip along a front-to-rear direction, the two second posts are respectively inserted into two second holes formed to the rear wall of the cage along a rear-to-front direction.



Power Supply Connection Structure Device

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

The present invention relates to a power supply connection structure device, a manufacturing method thereof and a circuit connection method. The device, which is used to connect an electrical appliance to a power supply, includes a live wire and neutral wire connection unit and a control unit, the control unit is switched between an activation state and an idle state, when the control unit is in the idle state, the live wire and neutral wire connection unit is not connected to the power supply; and when the control unit is in the activation state, the control unit connects the live wire and neutral wire connection unit to the power supply, thus, by using the control unit, the power supply connection structure device is safe to use, is waterproof and prevents from electric shock. The control unit may include a push member located in a ground wire plughole and operable to turn on two micro-switches, one for the live terminal, the other one for the neutral terminal.



Connector

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

In a plug connector including a first connection terminal and a second connection terminal which come into conductive contact with a socket connector and a relay terminal which comes into contact with the first connection terminal and the second connection terminal, the relay terminal includes a switch contact piece which comes into contact with the first connection terminal. Further, the switch contact piece includes a short circuit contact which comes into contact with the first connection terminal and an open contact which is displaced when coming into contact with the socket connector. The short circuit contact is displaced with displacement of the open contact in a direction away from the first connection terminal so as to switch the short circuit connection between the first connection terminal and the second connection terminal and the conductive connection between the first connection terminal and the socket connector in a reliable manner.



HIGH DENSITY ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH SHIELD PLATE LOUVERS

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

An electrical assembly has a lead frame with a plurality of elongated conductor sets and an insulative housing. Each conductor set has two differential signal pair conductors between a first ground conductor and a second ground conductor. A slot extends through the insulative housing and at least partially exposes the first ground conductor of a first conductor set and the second ground conductor of a second conductor set. A first ground shield has a first tab bent inward that extends into the slot from a first side of the lead frame. A second ground shield has second tab bent inward that extends into the slot from a second side of the lead frame. A conductive medium is provided in the slot to electrically connect the first tab, the second tab, the first ground conductor and the second ground conductor.



ELECTRIC CONNECTOR AND ELECTRIC CONNECTOR DEVICE

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

Electromagnetic shielding about a part connected with a wiring board is easily and reliably carried out by a simple configuration. An electrically-conductive cover member provided at a mating retaining member of both of electric connectors is provided with a cover contact-point part contacting an electrically-conductive shell of a counterpart connector when the mating retaining member is subjected to a turning operation, and the electrically-conductive cover member is subjected to the turning operation together with the mating retaining member, thereby covering the connection part of the counterpart connector mounted on a wiring board and the wiring board by the electrically-conductive cover member, carrying out electromagnetic shielding with respect to the part connected with the wiring board; and, by forming a ground circuit by grounding the electrically-conductive cover member through the cover contact-point part of the electrically-conductive cover member and the electrically-conductive shell, further good electromagnetic shielding characteristics (shield characteristics) are configured to be obtained.



COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH QUICK LOCKING AND SEPARATING MECHANISM

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:00:00 EDT

A coaxial connector includes: a first joint and a second joint, a locking flange arranged at one end portion of the second joint; and a quick locking and separating mechanism that includes: a locking member fixedly arranged on a first end portion of the first joint and provided with a depression for accommodating the locking flange of the second joint; and a sliding sleeve arranged around the first joint and being slidable between a locking position in which the sliding sleeve locks the locking flange of the second joint in the depression of the locking member so as to connect the first joint and the second joint and an unlocking position in which the sliding sleeve allows the locking flange of the second joint to disengage from the depression of the locking member so as to allow the first joint to be separated from the second joint.